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Librada - Benign Brain Tumor

Librada - Benign Brain Tumor

Librada, a physician who lives in the Bahamas, came all the way to Seattle for surgery and proton therapy to treat a benign but bothersome brain tumor. She did a lot of research to make sure she was getting the best care possible. Read Librada's story to learn more.

Byron - Brain Cancer

Byron - Brain Cancer

In January 2020, Byron crashed on his mountain bike. He noticed his double vision—an issue he’d dealt with for about five years prior—had worsened. The results of an MRI, which he received the day after his 51st birthday, were shocking. The double vision he was experiencing was actually a symptom of a rare and large Chondrosarcoma.

Kenny - Prostate Cancer (and Multiple Myeloma)

Kenny - Prostate Cancer (and Multiple Myeloma)

Kenny Green was recently treated for prostate cancer at the SCCA Proton Therapy Center, but it’s just one of the many challenges he has overcome in his remarkable life. He survived prostate cancer, spent ten years on dialysis before receiving a kidney transplant, and still lives with multiple myeloma, a cancer that affects white blood cells. Through it all, Kenny has lived life to the fullest and taken on many roles: musician, popular local DJ, and devoted husband of 47 years to his wife, Celeste.

Jeff - Prostate Cancer

Jeff - Prostate Cancer

Jeff – Spokane graphic designer, photographer, and softball umpire – has been pretty healthy his entire life. But then his PSA began to rise and he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Jeff did research and eventually settled on proton therapy.

Suzanne - Breast Cancer Recurrence

Suzanne - Breast Cancer Recurrence

Suzanne chose proton therapy for a recurrence of her breast cancer. She recalls meeting with Dr. Fang: "'She said, 'Of course we can do this. Proton therapy will allow us to best minimize the amount of overlap with your prior radiation.' I was so, so happy to hear that."